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NDAY, OCT. 16, 1932





Thatige In
Paris Shops



Sophomores T
Eleet CahaiCL
Officers Mondayt
Fleion fo 1Cake, Place
At 4 P M. IiILe ague;
]nominees 'r1he SaXJW
Re-election for Sophomore Cabaret
comtmittee positions will be held n ,t
4 'p. in., Monday, ot 17, at the
League building it was announced
yesterday by Margaret Schermack.
'33, chairman of the Judiciary Board
of the League.
Nominations made by sophomnore
representatives for the prevolus elc.
tions held Oct. 12 will be the Sarre
They are as follows : ;enerl chair-
man, Mary Stirling, Barbara Suter-
land; assistant chairman, Etelle'
Standish, Harriett Earle; (chaffm,1 0
of finance, Alice Morgan, Barbara.
Gene Owens; chairman of entertain-
ment, Mary Morrison; Virginia Rob-
erts; chairman of ,propertie s, Hlelena
McDonald, Mary Sabin; chairman of
food, Virginia Cluff, Betty Mercer;
chairman of hostesses, Winifred Pikf_,
Ann Mitchell; chairman of costume
Ella Mae Broome, Jane C hamibr-
lain; chairman of publicity, Eleanor
Blum, Marie Murphy; chairman of
music, Susanne Mahler, Doris Guim-
All eligibility requirements should
be ascertained' before girls are nomn-
inated from the floor to avoid the
confusion which resulted at the last
election meeting. All sophomore wo-
men are eligible to vote whether they
may hold positio s or not.
Paladium Snioket
Series Ae Begun
A etasi jHouse
More than 60 freshman members
of fraternities belonging to the Pal-
ladium, gathered at the Zeta Psi fra-
ternity-house Friday night for the
first of a series of smokers to be held
throughout the ,year. Various houses
belonging to the Palladium will en-
* tertain the freshman at dates to be
set later. The Chi Psi fraternity has
invited the group to a smoker next
Thursday night.
Those houses belonging to the Pal-
ladium are Delta Kappa Epsilon, Sig-
ma Phi, Zeta Psi, Beta Theta Pi, Chi
Psi, Alpha Delta Phi, and Phi Kappa
During the evening Arnold Berdi-
umi and Elmitt Eastcott entertained
the guests with a musical program.
Fraternity Men Shaw
Improvement In Grades
a: (Big Ten News Service)
i ~ COLUMBUS, 0., Oct. l5.-Contin-
ued improvement in the scholarship
of fraternity men is shown in a r-I
port prepared hy the ini ivcsi ty regi sn
Trhe average for all rfratrhities, s0=-
(ial and professional, dutring, theltw
five-year period, is 2.2. Professional
fraternities lead with 244, while so
vial groups stand at 23.6, Improve-
mient was made in schoularship for
both groups, .having in their rnern-I
hership 2,200 students. Thie standinrg
of social fraternities improved from
2,01 at the beginning of t he litve yr
period 'toa 2.10 for the school Ye al' o
Professional fraterriii w: r i; re l
their standing fromi 2.42 to 2.55 in
the same length of time. ''lie report
covers the works of 46 social fraterni-
ties and °27 professionarl fraterniities.

Anni '1lAr ' dre ib(
111 1$Ii. ers .,I l yn 01i

Quiet Week-End
As Many Attend


Enthusiasm has been aroused by
Ann Arbor people c onin tri',he
Anierican Bridge Ol /mpic to be held
throughou t the coan try WVednesday.
John C. Mathes, associateLu meber
of the Culbertson Nationlal Studios,
will hxave charge of Antu Arbor part i-
cipat ion.
'The Ann. Arbor (ivriojui)r.: to be
ln'ld ini the Ethl l Iounuii iiusssey
rQoom of t,111 Le raign'. Plsaing will
st'ir atS . n 00,1. 1). '1 hr <'3-~
5310 ' fksd 011 IV/ j
(;"qq sis Al 1%' *tppa I ch-,t
' 'e al a,4e LI' ( ii ' 10
Kiapa lDelta eneeirrt eil a ye, a t''<
dance Saturiday atet'rnoon rri. e
inent:; wern- made for LI c guests o
listen to the broadcast of the Oh1io
State gamne.
I e 'tannouincemnt wsina'5 mdSui-
day at the Zeta Tau. Alpha house,
of the marriage of Dorothy Ells-
worth, '32, of Albany, New York, to
Donald I1. MclIonad of Ma ine City,
Mis Norma I Mathews ofGrand
Helen Spencer, '33, of the Pi Bea
Phi house.
Elizabeth Heurt, '33, ladys Dhl.l
'33, Mabel Mercer, '34, and Anan Dun-
bar, '35, left the Gamma Phi Beta
house Saturday morning for the Ohio
State gamne.
Beverly Stark, '33, and I by Wolf-
stein, '34Med., from Alpha Epsilon
Phi motored down to Columbus Fri-
day for the Ohio State game. Mem-
bers who went lay train were: Jane
Newmark, '36, and D rothy Wine-
garden, '36.
A representative of Collegiate So-
rosis, who took the train to the State
game. was Martha Neuart, '35.
Alpha Omicron Pi was represe ted
at the State game by Eleanor Heath.
F our Sorority ro ups
H old(IAlumnae Functionis
This past week has been the signal
for activities among several of the
Ann Arbor sorority alumnae meet-
ings. Thec alumnae of Chi Omega
miet with Miss liegle TJuesday ~v -
A bridge party cwas hld'JIa~t the
home of' Mrs. John Worlcy, Wed ie-
dayr night by tie Upsilon 1111i aum-
nae, The Deltie Ts Z ee'iaciesetat
tihe League Thursday and le aum-
imw of Sigma Alpha athered withP
Mm:. Walter Huin wedue';lay eve-
Iie i ' (1VI5l' 10 Of;? t ee Ot i njm1
(a'lhi 1 1 oro ?ft fa ie In u 'ipp .
c " ' n x o p o f r a v c o f -,me a as re c e n tl y b a il o rg aum zed a t
the Uiversi ty of Minnsot arn ide rI
the cdinveciomn o MDal( 0I'i;(C; VI -

try e i }$.0 per pair, the proceeds$ aNLVIr rM/ t.
of~~~~~~ t;uhx l o! he Lae U Tn- -----
(temc;( n t Campign fund. dcliv- pa Sigi a
Seaed(l I) packs are to be deiv
f.2E;Ced }lyt,° ,Lr emn, t311on mes engeEstrtins'i innetaIini5 At
before themneting. Sixteen hands l)0ti~f, On Frid
will be plyed by participants during
9pc(,-il rerord sheets. a sample of 'ALPHA TAU OME(;A1

Fra ternitLy
Foarin al
lay Night

wl-ich -will be po ft-d on L a he bulletin
boardA at, the League,, are to be used.
( 'or.etecd plays will be mailed to all
oaAt1ilnP fr o m the National
![3rid ,c Assit zion iiNew York hat
IA mivs I mna y be mnade for
I sties)ol tr and pair entries will
ems c~ed I e night of the tourna-
I . 1,There will be no progression,
ht t l ftable 1Rs playing tog .ether all
ev( I' i 11g.
'I le Ai le 131 tirdc9l pies and
I~ beWol )I i t',(;Olmpics arc coil-
du(,,damnily by he Nationial
i~m Ig Asocaon for the purpose
3r zns, r, i i , , Contract Bridgeply
er'; lay- i oly in the bidding andply
play olimans, but also in the play of
ill Attend
S~a~e eetfing
i Alrs I)augbterls Will
N1 4, i. At, [lowel For'
Mrs. Albert R.. Crittendon, wife of
Prof. A. R. Crittendon, of the Latin
department, president of the Michi-
g;an branch of the international
King 's Daughters, and other Ann Ar-
bor women prot-minent in activities of
(',e orgainization, will journey to
1 owelli this Wednesday to attend the
tteconv intion to be held Wednes-
day. Thursday, Friday of this week.
Mrs. Critten don is at present in
Joliet, Ill., attending the Illinois con-
vention, but will return to Ann Arbor
Tuesday and leave again Wednes-
day for Howell.
She is finishing her first year's
p}residency and will continue in offce
for another year. She will give a
speech at the opening of the conven-
Mrs. Waiter Hunt, wife of Profes-
sor Hunt of the petrology depart-
ment. who is custodian of hospital
supplies of the King's Daughters, will
also attend.

Those attending the Oio State
game from the Alpha Ta Omeg a
house this week-end were John1
Tb hoiiieburig, '33, Tony Cning, '33 l
PRobe'rL itter, '35. Carlton Carver, I
'.i3, Robert Shaw, '33, Louis Otter-t
mian, '35, Ben Jacobs. '35. and Jef--
lie~s Bfenjamin, '35. The fraternity
house was closed over the ;week-end,
thie reinmaiii ginmembers spendigi
Saturday and Sunday in 00,eroit.
Elbert, King. '33, Walter Saph, '35,
Don aldk Bartholomew, '33, Robert
Mortensen, Grad., John Moreson, '34,
i tnessed the Ohio State-Michigan
game Saturday. An invitation byk
telegram from the Ohio State chap
ter of the fraternity was extended
to all members of the Michigan chap-
ter of Delta Upsilon fom' the weekend
and a tea dance.t
Those attendimng tie Ohio Stat
game from the fraternity were George
Squibb, '33, and Chester Beard, '35.
John Warner spent the week-end at
his home at Lakewood.
The fall Sigma Nu formal will be
held Friday, Oct. 21,
Xi Psi Phi fraternity sent Mr. and
Mrs. Nels Sorenson, and Russell
Bunn, '35, to tie Ohio State game
Members who witnessed the Ohio-
Michigan game yesterday are Freder-
ick Lyon, '33, B.Ad., and J. Noud;
Kelly, '33.
Among those present at the Kappa
Sigma formal Friday night were
Virginia Taylor, '33, Margaret Jack-
son, '35, Helen Barr, '35, Pauline
Brooks, '34, Margaret Brooks, '36,
Carol Mahjer, '33, Emmilou Bowser,
'36, Estelle Standish, '35, Jean Shaw,
'36, Louise French, '36, Evelyn Walsh,
'36, and Helen Faley, '36. Out of
town guests included Estelle Laugh-
na, Ann Henry, Eleanor Portath, and
Louise Sharpe of Detroit; Ted Theile-
man of Grand, Haven, and Betty
Frank of Jackson. Captain Powell
and Mrs. Powell, Lieutenant Coursey
and Mrs. Coursey, of Ann Arbor; and
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hutchins of
Pontiac were guests of the fraternity.
Week-end guests at the Phi Sigma
Kappa house included Major Chip-
man of Grand Rapids and Don Kelly
of Detroit. Both are alumni of the
1#acilty Members Plan
Pzay (Cut At Minnes;oa
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., Oct. 15--
Facualty meibers and employees of
time University of Minnesota have be-
gun to study tie voluntary salary
conmtributi on plan recommended dur-
inig the summer by a joint faculty-
employee committee ii reply to Gov-
ernor Floyd B. Olson's proposal to
slash the University payroll
Arc ji' worried about yur Sole?
SHOP, 426 Thompson ,Se Work-
nih~d5ip )and material t1e bst
Phone 6898

13Y ( AI' L 1J. HANAN
01)(e in a wvhile even we s et a
break. It came yesterday in the formm
of a Paris dispatch fi'om Luccienne
Grammorid's 32, rue de Chazelles
with all time newest i~tas of time
French powers -that-be and incident-
1> the details that tend to :nake this
seasomn's models difUferent from last.
To beg in with coats ar'e straighterI
andt slimmer than before. They are !
broad, at the shoulder.s and are either;
quite elaborate with fur or else fea-
turo high close collars or scarves at
the throat. Waistlines are empha-
sized more than last year, having
either a separate leather belt or
marked by a pinched effect. T h e
nevest imote in sleeves is the inser-
tion of colors different from the rest
of the coat. These are set either be-
lim v or above the elbow or at times
jtust belowv the shoulder. The colors
usu ally correspond withP the frock
worn with the coat. For instance a
bit of green velvet placed high in thet
sleeve of a brown coat matches 'the
greemn frock underneath that is edgecd
with a border of brown fur to match
time coat.1
Drmesses are from three to ftour'
imches longer' than we wore them last
year. The skirts ar'e simpler and as
a rule do not follow the bias cut.j
Inverted pleats give a straight full-
ness that gives us fmeedom of move-
ment, and at the same time in no
way mars the straight silhouette.
Waist-lines am'e a bit higher than
before, although Patou is introducing
thme new low waist-line that is win-
ning favor in many circles. Sleeves
are of course very. important;. They
arc slit, cutout puffed or embroidered
in various manners. Belts are with
exceptions the rule. Leather belts,
metal belts as well as those of the
sane material are used on both day
and evening dresses.
(Big~ Ten News Service)
EVANSTON, Ill., Oct. 15.-A new
movement to dispense with politicaml
parties in campus elections has been
instigated by a group of liberals oif
Northwestern University campus. At
a special session of representatives
fr'om all campus activities and or'-
ganizations, candidates for class of-
fiees were named.
According to the policy of the new
movement, candidates were named
for their ability rather than their so-
cial connection in the university.
Class elections will be held next week.

Place advertisernents wthCl"1 if-I("I
A dvertising Deprt'IeIt o 11Ie 21:'11.
'i'he classif(iecoluns1cose t thec
o'lock previous to day of insert1in.
Bo\ numbers Imay be secured at no
e~tr, ; charge.
Cash int advance--Ile per reading line
; on basis of five average words to
lin:e) for one or two inser'tins
11,inumn 3 lines per ins;crtion.
m0c per reading line for three or more
insert ions,
Telephone rate--15c per reading line
for one or two insertions.
1 4c per reading line for three or
more insertions.
101", discount if paid within ten dlays
fronm the date of last insertion.
Minimum three lines per insertion.
Rly contract per line---Rfil'" daily, omic
month..... ...... ... .. .....
4 lines E. 0. fl, 2 nmonths....... ..8c
2 lin je.; daily. college year .......... .7c
4 lines E. 0. D., college year ........ 7.
100 lines used as desired............ 9c
300 lines used. as desired...........Be
1,.000 lines used as desired........ ..7c
2.000 lines used as dlesired ......... 6c
The above rotes rare per' readil1ng11 ic,
based on eight reading line per inch.
'rhe above rates are for 711_ point
Ionic type, upper and lower cs.Acd
lie per line to 'above rates for a l l cpi -
lal letters. Add 6cp^ lr rneto,) above
for' bold face, upper and lowerae
Add lnr* per line to abu (.e -r at v rbold[
face capi ta.l letters.


LOST~- Pau,' of bonie runined glaiss-.
es. Natural Sciencee Building. Call
LS - Brown leather wallet,, con-
taining ath0lic book, st4i iden t ideo -
ti:fication card, anmd t)ills. Rtur~ii
same to owne~f.r for rewaIrdi. 59
LOST-on Oct;. 14 small, black leath-
er bounded loose leaf note-book.
Finder call 23408. 62
EAT-MEAL tickets $5.50 for $4.50.
Lunches 25c, 30c, 40c. All steak
dinners 40c. Forest Restaura'~nt
538 Forest Ave. 25
Maynard. Free mending and darn-
ing. Collars and cuffs reversed.
Opening special, 12c a shirt cash
and cardy. Dial 8894. 8c
finishing. We specialize in Univer-
sity and fraternity work. Jahnke
Uph Co. 334 E. Hoover Ave. Phone
23720. 28c

Several Styles to Choose from,


Wis conin

C2o-eds Form
Club Orchestra

'Ir en News service)
InlAI )IS Wis., Oct. 15.--A six-
ph1 ce Umivrsity of Wisconsin wom-
(M'sQJ'hrm is seeking university
am I mo t('5 prmssonto play in a
mi t l 'c>lub, i ::;wasevea.led last week
b'y ?l eatnof' ,OWomi Louise F. Troxell.
'I'he girt ynoatm',under the di-
r(re innof !LA iss PRuth _ lleklca-, former
St~ -'~nI ,asked the deimn to decide
wln.Lli'u ermisi 'wcold be giveni
the~tr wo;ret lay until the wee
:ii~ I lot lsof the week-end mor~n-
'lte .'e <<i IS' r 1 Ls t Iiie Woinremi's
a met;mi'wr the banxudume inbem's
I cojicetcold not be obtained
ilum t theyi~ tiersld dtheir leader to
cance l t ;me contract with the night
club Mis Beclersaid.

(I~ai-eu yCendadPveI


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ITi'idays, beginnling Oct. 21
2:30 p.m.

(A -oachforcing
given by
A uthoriazed Associate Teacher, Cuii beatson,
National Bridge Studios

it YouLl are
lookiing for
recally "Young
do your sh-opping
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and is . If you p1refer, call and~ have a
(,r erai li ,. stl)or o"your garnnl. There
is 00 Mhi lonal charge for del]ivery ser vic.
'a'w tfur t trmminr~g is carefully glaze, mak-
ing a decided improvement in the looks of

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